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Amos, Hosea, Micah, with an introduction to classical prophecy

Bruce Vawter

Amos, Hosea, Micah, with an introduction to classical prophecy

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Published by Michael Glazier in Wilmington, Del .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Amos -- Commentaries.,
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Hosea -- Commentaries.,
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Micah -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 170)

    StatementBruce Vawter.
    SeriesOld Testament message -- 7
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1151.2 O4 v.7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination169 p. ;
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14075314M
    ISBN 100894532421, 0707111717


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Amos, Hosea, Micah, With Introduction to Classical Prophecy (Old Testament Message)Author: Bruce Vawter. Get this from a library. Amos, Hosea, Micah: with an introduction to classical prophecy.

[Bruce Vawter]. Three classical prophets: Amos, Hosea and Micah; and it would be presumptuous to claim that a satisfying solution to all the intricate problems posed by classical Israelite prophecy could be given here.

Nevertheless, by way of introduction to a review of recent research on the books of Amos, Hosea and Micah, a few remarks are appropriate on Cited by: 2. D. His ministry also went beyond the fall of Samaria. The book seems to collect messages from throughout his ministry.

HISTORICAL SETTING A. Micah is an eighth century prophet who ministered in the southern kingdom (Judah) along with his contemporary, Isaiah. It was a time of prosperity and military expansion (see Introduction to Amos). Introduction to the Book of Amos The Book of Amos was written between c and cBC before the fall of the northern kingdom of Israel in BC.

Amos denounces the injustices evident in contemporary society and warns that God will punish the nation. Amos is commonly grouped with Hosea, Micah, and Isaiah – the foursome who most epitomize the so-called “golden age” of Old Testament classical prophecy.

They are stylistically distinct from the earliest of the “writing prophets” (Obadiah, Joel, Jonah). In the Hebrew Bible and Christian Old Testament, Amos (Hebrew: עָמוֹס ‎ – ʿĀmōs) was one of the Twelve Minor older contemporary of Hosea and Isaiah, Amos was active c.

– BCE during the rule of kings Jeroboam II and Uzziah. He was from the southern Kingdom of Judah but preached in the northern Kingdom of wrote at a time of relative peace and. 1 Yvonne Sherwood, The Prostitute and the Prophet: Hosea’s Marriage in Literary-Theoretical Perspective (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, ), 2 Bruce Vawter, Amos, Hosea, Micah: with an introduction to classical prophecy (Wilmington: Michael Glazier, ), Isaiah, prophet after whom the biblical Book of Isaiah is named, a significant contributor to Jewish and Christian traditions.

His call to prophecy in about BCE coincided with the beginnings of the westward expansion of the Assyrian empire, which Isaiah proclaimed to be a warning from God to godless people. Amos, Hosea, and Micah. Epworth Preacher's Commentaries. Vawter, Bruce. Amos, Hosea, Micah: With an Introduction to Classical Prophecy.

Hosea: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Hosea. Amos' encounter with Amaziah, the ruling priest at Bethel under the authority of Jeroboam II, also dates this book (cf.

Amos ). HISTORICAL SETTING. The parallel biblical material is found in. 2 Kgs. 2 Chr. Hosea. Isaiah. Micah. The simplest summary of the state of idolatry among God's. In view of Hosea’s viewpoint expressed in Hoseahowever, it is quite understandable that the centrality and authority of Judah be kept in mind by the Lord’s messengers.

Also, Micah and Isaiah both mention both Israel and Judah (Amos ; Isa). B. Greek: In Greek the book is titled MICAIAS again after the prophet to whom it was given. AUTHOR: A. The author, Micah, was of the town called Moresheth which may be the same town mentioned inMoresheth-gath. If so, Micah came from a little town not far from Jerusalem (25 miles SW of Jerusalem near the Philistine city of Gath).

Edition Dr. Constable's Notes on Micah 7 greater attention in this prophecy than in the other eighth-century B.C. Minor Prophets (Jonah, Hosea, and Amos). "Like his contemporary Isaiah, Micah stressed God's incomparability."1 "He had Amos' passion for justice and Hosea's heart of love."2.

Scholars have emphasized the importance of Amos among the great prophets of the Old Testament by means of various expressions. He has been referred to as the “first of the classical prophets,” [1] Philip Hyatt, “The Book of Amos,” Interpretation, III, No.

3 (July, ), the “first of the writing prophets,” [2] James L. Mays, “Words about the Words of Amos,” Interpretation. Prophet’s first message, directed against Samaria, reaches to Jerusalem, Chapter 1. 1 — Samaria is the capital of the Northern Kingdom. One of the golden calves is there.

Micah prophesies to both kingdoms, but primarily to the Northern Kingdom. 2 — “All ye people” is a call to all the world to hear how God is going to judge. -Bruce Vawter, "Amos, Hosea, Micah, With An Introduction To Classical Prophecy," p The Story Of Celto-Saxon Israel The information contained in this book is the key that will explain the fulfillment of the promises and covenants of the Bible in our world today.

Nearly pages ( + xii), including 22 pages of comprehensive indexes!. Amos, like Hosea, accuses Israel of idolatry, but the main burden of his accusation is about the results of social injustice connected to their idolatry.

The book begins with a lion’s roar that withers fertile pastures (Amos ). Yahweh was coming from Zion to judge the nations for their rebellion against the Creator of. Amos, Hosea, Micah, with an introduction to classical prophecy by Bruce Vawter. First published in 1 edition.

Not in Library. Amos, Hosea, Micah, With Introduction to Classical Prophecy (Old Testament Message) by Bruce Vawter. First published inAccessible book, Protected DAISY.

Learn jonah amos hosea with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of jonah amos hosea flashcards on Quizlet.

A STUDENT’S GUIDE TO REFERENCE BOOKS AND BIBLICAL COMMENTARIES 91 †Stuart, Douglas. Hosea-Jonah. Word Biblical Commentary. Waco: Word,   But the focus of this prophetic book soon shifts primarily to the tribe northern nation of Israel and secondarily to the southern country of Judah.

At the general time of his prophecy, Amos appeared to be out of step with the times in prophesying disaster for the house of Israel. As in the book of Hosea “Religion” was prospering but Faith in the one true God YHWH was on the decline. Along comes a farmer called Amos. Not one of the recognized prophets of Israel, nor was he a priest, not even a native of Israel but a farmer called of the Lord from Judah to warn the Northern Kingdom of the coming judgement.

Amos was a contemporary of the other eighth-century prophets: Jonah, Hosea, Isaiah, and Micah. Amos' ministry was evidently shorter than Hosea's and probably fell within the longer span of years during which Hosea also ministered in Israel. PLACE OF COMPOSITION Since Amos lived in the Judean town of Tekoa, he was a prophet from the Southern.

Because the nature of inspiration has been debated so widely in recent decades, the book provides an analysis of the principal theories being proposed among theologians of various schools Amos, Hosea, Micah: with an introduction to classical prophecy by Bruce Vawter (Book).

When is a Day Not a Day?An Exegetical Note on Hosea (Robert I Bradshaw): Walter Brueggemann, Tradition for Crisis: A Study in Knox, Pbk.

ISBN: {Stephen G. Burnett, "Exegetical Notes Hosea ," Trinity Journal (): Martin J. Buss, The Prophetic Word of Hosea: A Morphological te zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche. The final section of the book has been the subject of some debate. The first oracle is again one of destruction, but beginning with verseAmos prophesies the restoration of "the Tabernacle of David" and the return of Israel from captivity.

(Some see this as a later addition to the text.) Hosea. Background. The prophet Micah was born in the town of Moresheth-Gath, an agricultural town in southern name means “who is like God.” He was active between and BC during the overlapping reigns of Jotham and Ahaz, as well as is where he is listed on the Biblical Timeline of the situations Micah wrote about occurred during the.

The format of the Book of Amos is accessible, and the book is relatively short. According to Bulkeley (), by “turning to examine the structure of Amos, we can note that the book comprises many short, neatly distinguished, speech units” (p. Amos, Hosea, Micah: With an Introduction to Classical Prophecy by Michael Glazier.

Call. The Prophecy Must Be Given before the Fulfillment Takes Place The prophecy must be given before the fulfillment takes place.

This is primary. For any prophecy to be considered valid it must be delivered before the events take place, not after the fact. Otherwise we are not dealing with prophecy. The Prophecy Must Be Explicit. The Book of Amos, which is the earliest of the prophetic writings to be preserved in book form, consists of nine chapters.

Not all of the material found in these chapters came from Amos himself. Editors and copyists added comments to the prophet's original oracles that they deemed appropriate in light of events that occurred after his death.

Commentators have recognised a similar strain in the writings of Amos, Micah, Hosea and Isaiah, whilst having no idea of what was – at least, as far as I see it – their proper (father-to-son) relationship.

Thus King has written, in regard to the prophet Micah “ the influence [upon Micah] of Isaiah, also Hosea and Amos, is evident”. The first part of the book of Amos is bracketed between two references to the roaring lion in and The lion first denounces the sins of the Gentile world (), then the Israelite world (southern kingdom of Judah and northern kingdom of Israel16), and ends by combining them in a final prophecy.

Knud Jeppesen, "How the Book of Micah Lost its Integrity: Outline of the History of the Criticism of the Book of Micah with Emphasis on the 19th Century," Studia Theologica 33 (): Dennis E.

Johnson, "Fire In God's House: Imagery From Malachi 3 In Peter's Theology of Suffering (1 Pet )," Journal of the Evangelical Theological. -Bruce Vawter, "Amos, Hosea, Micah, With An Introduction To Classical Prophecy," p Israel's Lost Empires second of a four-part book series On the migrations of Israel by Steven M.

Collins. Collins' knack for patient research and logical deduction is only exceeded by a lively and riveting writing style that will surely hold the reader's. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video.

An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Four Prophets Amos Hosea First Isaiah Micah A Modern Translation From The Hebrew".

In this updated introductory book, each major and minor prophet and his writing is clustered with the major historical events of his time. The Neo-Assyrian prophets and the fall of the Northern Kingdom (Israel). Prophets include: Jonah, Amos, Hosea, Micah, and Isaiah; The Neo-Babylonian prophets and of the fall on the Southern Kingdom (Judah).Reviews: THE Book of Micah lies sixth of the Twelve Prophets in the Hebrew Canon, but in the order of the Septuagint third, following Amos and Hosea.

The latter arrangement was doubtless directed by the size of the respective books; in the case of Micah it has coincided with the prophet. 'Written for nonspecialists in a nontechnical and interesting style, yet the results are so impressive that even specialists will not be able to bypass it,'Biblical Archaeologist.

pages, softcover. Amos, Hosea, Micah: An Archaeological Commentary () by Philip J. King. The Book of Hosea (Hebrew: סֵפֶר הוֹשֵׁעַ, romanized: Sefer Hōšēaʿ) is one of the books of the Hebrew ing to the traditional order of most Hebrew Bibles, it is the first of the twelve Minor Prophets.

Set around the fall of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, the Book of Hosea denounces the worship of gods other than Jehovah, metaphorically comparing Israel's.Start studying Swindle BOLD (Amos, Hosea, Jonah, Nahum, Micah, Isaiah). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Buy a cheap copy of Hosea, Amos, Micah book by Gary V.

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